Cinderella in PowerPoint

While in Vancouver at Northern Voice, Alan Levine used this slide show as a great example of how NOT to tell a story. I know quite a few people have linked to this, but it certainly bears repeating!

Voxant helps with a breast cancer newsfeed

While at Northern Voice, the Voxant folks put together a really great effort to help with breast cancer research, which incidentally shows what they can do. I tried to embed their player here in my wordpress.com site, but it won’t come up (probably due to the wordpress block on advertising – which in this case…

Wayback to the Internet of 1995

I’m really looking forward to the Northern Voice Conference next weekend all about blogging and social media. While checking the wiki to see who’ll be there, I came upon the name of a friend and colleague from the past: Stuart Hertzog. After saying hi to him, I went to his site and found he has…

Subjectivity Creates High-Grade Information

At Northern Voice Moose Camp yesterday, I was once again impressed and amazed to see the variety of intensities that bloggers represent. It’s fascinating to see how each of them (us) has created interconnecting micro-niches of interest and meaning, mined from both direct and mediated experiences. This is exactly what I was getting at, theoretically…

Signed up for Northern Voice

Just signed up for Northern Voice – it will be in February but I want to act fast, knowing that this one will be sold out. Last year I had been new to blogging so it was a wonderful boost. Looking back at my posts from those days, I was still finding my way. One…

Poetic, Iconic, Lasting

Confusion of the multiverse can sometimes become very intense. That is when I feel I don't have time to add to this blog, too much work to do, feeling there is not enough mindshare to tend to my own projects. Just too damn busy! Then I recall the answer. When at Northern Voice conference and…